This week in light start: The new iPhones have a secret, Iron Man may return to the MCU in Phase 4, iOS 13 has a security bug and the plug pulled on i3.
Voice assistants are recording everything said by their owners, some of which – including sex and medical records – are being heard by humans for quality control.
Digital technology has created new opportunities for businesses in sub-Saharan Africa to compete on a more equal footing. However, these businesses have yet to enjoy the full benefits because of a difficult operating environment.
Cloud computing – the delivery of sophisticated information technology capabilities over the internet – could play a crucial role in both innovation and efficiency.
This week in light start - Apple Music is now on the web, it's the PS cross button, BMW recalls some EVs and Marvels Phase 4 looks dope.
South Africans can be forgiven for being confused by the release, and subsequent condemnation, of a broad-ranging policy document this week.
Brett Venter is the new editor of Stuff magazine, South Africa’s premier consumer technology publication.
New technologies could enable a fairer distribution of resources to help cattle farmers adapt to these challenges. Virtual fencing is an example of this and could allow a system of land sharing that delivers sustainability and productivity.
Huawei’s fate has been up in the air for quite some time, and there’s no sign that it’ll be touching the ground any time soon. The last deadline came and went, being replaced with another 90-day period of uncertainty. Now it looks as though we might be in for some consequences. Huawei is set to reveal its Mate 30 flagship in Germany in September but, as matters stand now, it̵...[Read More]
There is debate, though, about whether fully renewable electricity systems are feasible and how quickly the transition can be made. Here it's argued that feasibility is clear, so only the transition question is relevant.